Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is to corrosion what lead is to kryptonite; just as lead blocks kryptonite radiation, stainless steel blocks corrosive damage. The difference? Lead is a heavy metal that occurs naturally in Earth’s crust, while stainless steel is produced by combining chromium, nickel, molybdenum, titanium, copper, carbon and nitrogen. There are many grades of stainless steel that result from this mixture with distinctive levels of strength and corrosion resistance.

We offer grade 303 and 316L in a variety of our parts including cable glands, hygienic glands, circular connectors and accessories for both industrial and hazardous applications including:

Food and Drink – ovens, conveyors, brewing, distilling and food processing

Medical – surgical equipment, MRI scanners and X-Rays

Chemical/Pharmaceutical – pressure vessels, process piping and centrifuges

Transportation – railroad, road equipment, ships/marine equipment, chemical tankers and refuse vehicles

Oil and Gas – platform accommodations, cable trays, communication and pipelines

Water – water and sewage treatment, water tanks, filtration and flow metering

Architectural/Civil Engineering – lighting, communication, GPS, military and Navy

For more information on our stainless steel selection contact or 800-456-9012.
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